Five Players Who Will Reach 300 Wins
Randy Johnson has become baseball's latest member of the 300 win club.
When asked about who would win it next, ESPN's Tim Kurkjan said that the next 300 game winner is either a kid in the third grade or not even born yet.
Following Tim's advice, I decided to bring you the next crop of 300 game winners.
I hope you enjoy a look into the future..........
Timmy O' Keefe
The first pitcher to be signed out of the IPBLSBG (Irish Professional Baseball League Sponsored By Guinness) O'Keefe went on to win 302 games and 515 bar fights.
Chief Jo Jo Boom Booms
Great, Great, Great Grandson of Jim Thorpe.
The most successful Native American Pitcher of all-time (sorry Joba) will go on to win 328 games.
He got out of losing at least 50 games by performing a rain dance in the 4th inning of games he was losing by more than 5 runs.
The E-Trade Baby
After an especially good acting career, the E-trade baby grows older. After becoming a Hollywood burnout (think Corey Haim) and battling a cocaine addiction, he signs up for season 15 of Rehab.
With Dr. Drew and through therapy realizes that instead of loving cocaine, he is now in love with baseball.
Nicknamed "the snorter", baby e-trade was known for occasionally trying to snort the baseball into his nose. The one time he actually did became the stuff of legends.
After snorting the baseball in the second inning, he refused to come out of the game and threw a no hitter with the baseball still lodged in his nose.
The baseball is now in the Hall of Fame next to Curt Schilling's bloody sock.
Kurkjan said that it might be some big kid in the third grade......well, I found him.
Frank Lardo was famous for eating ice cream in between innings during his starts. Lardo would also eat a chocolate chip cookie for ever strikeout he recorded.
Tragedy struck immediately after winning his 300th game, Lardo died of a heart attack
After serving as our nation's president, Barack Obama decides to embark on a professional baseball career.
After signing with the Independent League's Chicago Acorn, Obama catches the eye of the Washington Nationals who have been struggling with pitchers who just don't seem to be all there in the head.
Obama arrives promising "hope" and "change". Unlike his Presidency, he actually delivers leading the Nationals to their first World Series title.